Cheltenham and Gloucester Beer Week
Cheltenham and Gloucester Beer Week got off to a fine start with two beers specially brewed by the small independent Deya Brewery in Cheltenham.
Local brewers worked together to create the two collaborative beers – a stout and an IPA – for the event, with all proceeds going to this year’s chosen charity, National Star.
The labels on the cans were designed by art students at National Star College, and two students were at the beer week launch afternoon at Deya’s premises. N
Connor Lindsley, holding the two cans of specially brewed beer, with proceeds going to the National Star College. Phil Wigley and Christine Handy, making Deya Brewery their first call The tap room at Deya Brewery.
The huge mural in the tap room at Deya Brewery. Jimmy Killand and Sam Merry. Gareth Moore, James Bubb, and John Lord, brewers at Deya Brewery, holding the beers made for Beer Week, with proceeds going to the National Star College. Craig Bryant, with Coco, his 8 week old Cavapoo.
Darren Macdonald and Jill Mackenzie. National Star College students Cesca Vishara and Issac Wide, with Leigh Norwood, organiser of Cheltenham and Gloucester Beer Week Ale Trail, Joe Parke, chef at the college, Sally Gillespie, NSC community fundraiser, and Theo Freyne, founder of Deya Carl Brunnock, who had come from Newport, Wales, specially to visit Deya